What feels most fresh and relevant in this collection is the articulation of a more radical approach to equality law and, indeed, to the practice of law itself.
As a reference work the many sub-headings, lists of cases and legislative instruments (and an extensive index) make the work easily navigable.
Peter Roberts has produced a valuable contribution to Lex Petrolea
Enthralling tales from the frontline
This book is written by two well-known experts and contains all the regulatory material we need to refer to.
In a crowded market, you should buy this invaluable book because it explains concepts and jargon in non-academic language.
This very readable thriller reminds David Pickup of the days when lawyers were able to mix business and pleasure in a way that might enrage the SRA in modern times.
This engaging and readable book provides practical examples of how ethical issues can arise in the legal world.
Particularly useful are the downloadable budgets, cashflow forecasts and variance analyses in their respective sections.
A light touch keeps you engrossed all the way to the enthralling end.
A timely and up-to-date survey of AI in law.
A packed book and CD-ROM for the general practitioner
This is a pacey, intelligent and authoritative account with bags of wit.
There is plenty of guidance, checklists and examples, and a CD with precedents.
Ex-law tutor Gordon Lowe brilliantly portrays the criminal mind.